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Why not a CRA Discussion Forum?

Seems like we have all the forums needed to discuss FICO health and well being... But I think we could reduce the clutter further by adding a forum to discuss the exentricities and practices of the CRAs themselves. How best to communicate with them based on the collective experiences of MyFICO members and Visitors. 
 
Would be an appropriate place for TC, PLUS and VANTAGE discussions as well. :smileywink:
 
Rob
 
 
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Re: Why not a CRA Discussion Forum?



FICO_Focused wrote:
Seems like we have all the forums needed to discuss FICO health and well being... But I think we could reduce the clutter further by adding a forum to discuss the exentricities and practices of the CRAs themselves. How best to communicate with them based on the collective experiences of MyFICO members and Visitors. 
 
Would be an appropriate place for TC, PLUS and VANTAGE discussions as well. :smileywink:
 
Rob
 
 


 
That would require a VERY good obscenity and swearing filter  :smileyvery-happy:
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Re: Why not a CRA Discussion Forum?



MidnightVoice wrote:


FICO_Focused wrote:
Seems like we have all the forums needed to discuss FICO health and well being... But I think we could reduce the clutter further by adding a forum to discuss the exentricities and practices of the CRAs themselves. How best to communicate with them based on the collective experiences of MyFICO members and Visitors. 
 
Would be an appropriate place for TC, PLUS and VANTAGE discussions as well. :smileywink:
 
Rob
 
 


 
That would require a VERY good obscenity and swearing filter  :smileyvery-happy:


Good idea, Rob!  I'll have to give it some serious thought as we'll need some REALLLLLY good filters!  Stay tuned....

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FICO_Focused wrote:
Seems like we have all the forums needed to discuss FICO health and well being... But I think we could reduce the clutter further by adding a forum to discuss the exentricities and practices of the CRAs themselves. How best to communicate with them based on the collective experiences of MyFICO members and Visitors. 
 
Would be an appropriate place for TC, PLUS and VANTAGE discussions as well. :smileywink:
 
Rob
 
 


Excellent suggestion!
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Re: Why not a CRA Discussion Forum?

I am very much in favour of this idea....
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Re: Why not a CRA Discussion Forum?

We'll work on it.  Thanks for your input!
 
Barry

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